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in this. >> and california is now one of seven states that have said to president obama, thanks but no thanks, we're not going to extend the cancelled policies. are you seeing any kind of pattern as to how states are making these zegs? >> absolutely. the states like california that said, no thanks, are the states that support the affordable care act primarily with democratic governors and they feel that they have their own exchanges that are going well. it's the states like florida. other states where they're opposing obama care and there's maybe a sense that they want to created a little more confusion and have more people in the marketplace in those states that don't have insurance and don't know where to turn in the hopes, perhaps, of undermining the whole law so california is not in that situation but there are other states that are. >> let's take a look now at a local issue affecting a lot of people. the whole b.a.r.t. situation is so confusing because b.a.r.t.'s board approved a contract but not the whole thing. >> not the whole thing. they don't want the pay for this six
. secretary kerry said last -- early this morning at this dawn press conference, but president obama would probably veto something like that. i think president obama has political jobs ahead at home as well. >> margaret warner joining us from geneva, switzerland. thank you very much for your reporting all week. >> my pleasure, harry. >>> in afghanistan today another turn in the security-packed dispute between president hamid karzai and the obama administration. 25 tribal elders meeting in kabul approved the plan permitting american forces to remain in afghanistan in a non-combat role beyond 2014 and they assigned it properly, but karzai again insisted that he will not sign off on the plan before the afghan elections next april. the obama administration wants the deal done before the end of this year. >> china's airspace over discuted islands in the east china sea is totally unacceptable. the action could destabilize the region. china said all non-commercial aircraft entering the area must get approval from china first. chinese fighter planes flew over it today. it scrambled fighter jets ye
. >> rose: barack obama being the latest. >> another example. yeah. >> rose: thank you all. back in a moment. stay with us. >> from dallas, texas, the flash apparently official. president kennedy died at 1:00 p.m. central standard time. 2:00 eastern standard time. some 38 minutes ago. vice president lyndon johnson has left the hospital in dallas but we do not know to where he has proceeded. presumably he will be taking the oath of office. >> rose: many americans recall where they were when they heard the news. clint hill remembers. he was there. he is the secret service agent who jumped on to the back of the presidential limousine when the three shots were fired. for years he refused to speak publicly about the tragedy he had witnessed firsthand. now he's put his thoughts down in writing. his new memoir is called "five days in dallas." i'm very pleased to have clint hill at this table for the first time. welcome. >> thank you, sir. >> rose: no one who has been involved in journalism as long as i have will ever forget-- because he was a friend of mine-- mike wallace and the conversation you h
to president obama. i'm pleased to have him here to talk about something he has obviously a lot of involvement in before he left government. welcome. >> thank you, charlie. good to see you. >> rose: first question, how important do you think the fact is, as the president suggested, at long last we're having serious conversations with the iranians about things that divide us. >> well, i think it's very important. and it's important with respect to a very serious security issue that has been facing the united states and the region and the world and that is the iranian nuclear program. and i think that the first step agreement that has been reached is quite significant. it is significant in that it halts the progress of the program. it rolls back certain aspects of the program, especially the 20% enriched uranium. it provides a very inclusive monitoring and inspection regime and it addresses something that the israeli government has been very concerned about, and i think correctly, the heavy water reactor at iraq. so it provides a solid basis here for negotiations over the next six months. and on
. >> ifill: i'm cold just thinking about it. bernie rayno, thank you very much. >> ifill: another aspect of the health care law will be delayed. this time, the online health insurance marketplace for small businesses. obama administration officials announced the one-year delay during a conference call with reporters today. they said pushing back the deadline for implementation would give the troubled healthcare.gov website time to make needed fixes. we'll get more details on the delay and what it means to small business owners after this news summary. afghan president hamid karzai softened some of his security demands today. he told radio free europe he'd sign a deal with the u.s. if military raids on afghan homes end and if the u.s. helps restart peace talks with the taliban. he said, "whenever the americans meet these two demands of mine, i am ready to sign the agreement." that agreement would govern the future of american troops in afghanistan beyond 2014. the u.s. wants it signed by the end of the year, but karzai has said it can wait until next spring. a string of attacks across ira
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